WASHINGTON (Circa) - It appears the adventures of Leslie Knope are far from over.
Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman appeared on "Ellen" recently, adding new steam to the rumor that popular show "Parks and Recreation" could be revived.
The show ended in 2015, after a seven season run. It built a cult following as viewers were taken into the lives of a group of local government co-workers in Pawnee, Ind.
The show sparked the careers of many of Hollywood favorites - including Chris Pratt, Aziz Ansari, and Audrey Plaza. Plaza was caught on camera saying she'd also be happy to be back. This lends credence to Poehler's claim on "Ellen" that everyone would like to come back.
Is it too soon for a parks and rec revival ? It's sitcom therapy and we need it back.— Dan McClure (@Dan__McClure) May 27, 2018
"I'll speak for everybody and say we will all do it," Poehler said. "I think we'd all do it someday."
Offerman agreed, but said there had to be one hilarious stipulation.
"If Beyonce would play the mayor, we'll bring the show back."
NBC probably also wouldn't mind bring Pawnee's finest back. They've recently brought back a number of shows including "Will and Grace" as well as "Brooklyn Nine Nine."
Since Poehler's appearance on "Ellen," "Parks and Rec" fans have been active on social media.
Despite all of the hype, the likelihood of a quick revival is unlikely.